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for little michael and candy junior. >> jon: you dont bear to watch the debate. >> yes, we're women. we don't like it when people argue on television. cue. no thanks. >> jon: real housewives is a series. like the most popular series amongst women. all that is is arguing. >> that's different. a, it's not staged like a debate and b, when two women night it's girl on girl. it's natural and beautiful. [laughter] >> when two guys do it it's just gross. it's such a turnoff, god. >> jon: right there. turnoff. you would never hear a pundit saying i would never find the debate a turnoff in dating terms. like turn on and turn off. >> they need to convince the candidates need to be court and women have rational creatures and men use just this organ here. the one i'm pointed too. [laughter] >> jon: for women life is just one big turnon, turn off, playboy questionnaire? >> that's what we use in place of resumes. we all fill them out when we turn 18 whether you get chosen to pose or not. >> jon: it seems like if that's the case it would be impossible to have a spirited debate. >> that's ridiculou
new stories and breaking news right now. jon: it is the final showdown between the two candidates, the president and governor romney set to spar over foreign policy. will their performances convince the key undecided voters? >>> the attack in many libya sure to be a topic, we are going to talk with someone who has an incredible firsthand account right from security officials who were there in the thick of the attack. >>> and our fox news voter fraud unit digs up a doozy. democratic officials in one state in big trouble for, get this, vodka for votes. you can't make this stuff up. it's all "happening now." ♪ jon: we are just hours away now from the third and final presidential debate of this campaign season. the race for the white house could not be any closer. will tonight change anything? we'll see. good morning, i'm jon scott. jenna: hi, everybody, i'm jenna lee. there's a live look at the debate stage at lynn university in boca raton, florida. tonight's focus, foreign policy. and while jobs and the economy remain the number one issues among voters, america's role in the world
. i'm jon kelley. >> and i'm laura garcia-cannon. let's get right to the weather center and meteorologist christina loren this morning. she's tracking the wind and rain for us. a lot going on. >> yeah, there is a lot going on. we told you about this on friday but we were not expecting to get hammered quite this hard this early so let's go ahead and take it right to the live radar. you can see from ft. bragg all the way down to san jose getting steady rainfall. but as i zoom in for you and stop the radar sweeps, you can see right now this is realtime. it's not quite as daunting as it looks when we loop that radar. it's going to get a lot worse as we head through the next few hours. i'm expecting the worst weather between 7:00 and 10:00. right now you're getting hit pretty hard north of the golden gate bridge right now, especially along the marin county coastline. in addition to the wet weather and heavy downpours, we are expecting very gusty winds as welch could force downed trees. we already have power outages. i know you guys are reporting on that so we'll keep you post
on foreign policy. the response to the attack in benghazi continues to dominate headlines. on the jon stewart show, the president said talking about the victims, it was not optimal. >> that was a terrible statement. i can't use another -- and i'm sure mitt romney will refer to it. the mother of one of the people who died in benghazi said my son was not optimal and he's very dead. it's just -- really almost rivals the 47%. why the president would use that term, that cold heartless kind of expression and if he misspoke, it's a terrible misstatement, and i think it will haunt him and he'll have to make up for it or actually even apologize for the use of that word. there's no justification. terrible choice of words. >> we'll have to watch and see what happens tomorrow night. as always, mark plotkin thank you for your insight. i'm sure i'll be talking to you tomorrow and throughout the week. >> quite a bit. thank you, maureen. >> see you then. >>> early voting begins tomorrow in d.c. nearly a dozen city council candidates and incumbents spent the last evening before the polls opened vying for vote
for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> and i'm jon kelley. good morning, everybody. today we highly recommend that you grab a jacket and pack an umbrella as you get out there. we'll give you a live look at that golden gate bridge. you can see some moisture on the roads there. expecting definitely a big-time cold front as our first storm of the season rolls right in. we will have your traffic report coming up in just a matter of minutes. first off, we start things off with storm watch coverage and that means we bring in meteorologist christina loren. a very, very busy morning for her tracking all the action. good morning. >> good morning to you. yes, busy is an understatement this morning. just trying to keep up with these cells as they push onshore of the wanted to start with the good news. a lot of snowfall already. i think we'll be measuring it in feet by thursday up in tahoe above about 6500 feet. but the real story this morning is how important it is to give yourself ample time to reach your destination safely. as you can see, san francisco, almost the entire tip of the peninsul
thought all of this, jon. take a listen. >> what would have been worse? jenna: if i had to get jon scott up over that wall, that would have been worse, and that's the one question that plagued me throughout this whole event, where is jon scott? what was -- where was he? we're going to have to leave you with that thought. jon: i was on my couch. [laughter] maybe next year. thanks for joining us. jenna: may "america live" starts right now. megyn: fantastic job. and a fox news alert on the final faceoff between president obama and governor romney and how this became a debate that some political analysts are now calling a must-win for the president. welcome to "america live" where we are today live from lynn university in boca raton, florida. the site of it all. i'm megyn kelly. in eight hours the president and the republican challenger go head to head on this stage to face off on foreign policy. that topic could not be any hotter right now with new fallout almost every day from the administration's changing response to the terror attack in libya that killed our ambassador and three ot
. and now we've got a president who can't even do a safe interview with jon stewart without screwing it up. i mean, this thing is taking on a bidennesque or, if you will, rather, an obama aura. >> well, this is why you're not going to see barack obamaover the weekend. both candidates are off the trail, they're sequestered to do debate prep, but i think it's also to keep them from making some glaring error that the would have to go in and answer for many in that debate. the debates this year have become more important than i've ever remembered them being in moving the voters one way or the other. both candidates gon with a lot on the line, but i think more is the line for barack obama in this foreign policy debate because, lou, i'd hate to have to walk in there and defend benghazi, defind why he has -- defend why he has never answered for fort hood and little rock as a terror act. and in little rock simply a random state crime. nonsense. this is a pattern. lou: the process of can call ittonewalling, of on se case -- >> it's lying, let's be honest, it's lying. lou: well, certainly tuesday ni
: hi, jon. thank you to c-span. we talk tough. during the bush administration, we talked about the axis of evil, iraq, iran, and north korea. about benghazi -- i watched the hearings all the way through. the two security people kept talking about more security, they ask for more security. mr. nordstrom was asked if more security would have stopped this attack and his answer was no. guest: so what is the question? host: that is all we heard from her. guest: it raises the complexity of the situation in syria. more security would not necessarily have stopped the attacke. the other issue is what the president should have known and when and whether this intelligence should have landed at the doorstep of the white house or not. these kind of request to not normally make it up to the white house. the white house cannot be dealing with every security request for merit local american outpost around the world. the president and vice president have more important work to do. to lay them at the foot of the president is not necessarily fair. it raises the level of presidential attention. president o
. a loose bunch and it worked. vogelsong came out like a flamethrower, strike out jon jay, beltran, craig in the first inning. set the tone. and vogelsong smacked one to short. he goes and can't handle the ball. brand belt scores on the error. and marco scutaro sends one to left. and chris carpenter. brandon to crawford and vogelsong scored. giants on top, 4-0. next batter. pablo sandoval. singles to center. that scores scutaro. vogelsong then went into high gear after the 5 point push sheen. one run, four hits, one walk and nine case. giants force game seven with a 6-1 victory. they have won five straight games facing a elimination. >> he was on top of his game again. he's had great stuff. he's locating,'s tough and had it going on again tonight. really was going in and out and had his good off-speed pitches going. he did everything he wanted to do to us. and we got trouble with him and he's made great pitches against us. we've made very little adjustments. he's not making any mistakes so it's a tough combination for us. >> 5:07 tomorrow first pitch. raiders are a work in progress. they
in san francisco? good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. good morning, everybody. welcome back. glad to have you back. you're just in time right now, perfect timing for our first big storm of the season rolling in. >> it ends a six-month spell of dangerously dry weather. here's a look at the downpour this morning in san francisco. cars cautiously driving on some slick roads. also on the peninsula, in burlingame, cars taking a pounding there. arturo santiago is live in san jose where there was a steady downpour today. but first, let's get to meteorologist, christina loren, who's been busy tracking all the action. >> good morning. i set this radar back about six hours just to show you all the heavy rainfall that came through the bay area in a very short-lived period of time. for now, we're done with the heavy rain. but we have this unsettled pattern to get through. we're going to see light, spotty showers return, another round getting into this evening. in addition to that, gusty winds on the way. this evening into tomorrow morning, we get another
on things he sat down with jon stewart where he said the death of four americans was not optimal tonight he will go up to jay leno. >> brian: this is the time to walk back fun shows. letterman said what about the dead. he didn't have a round up figure on letterman about the dead. and indicated the video had something to do with the attack. it leads to a president uncare unfamiliar with the philosophy. >> steve: and on 60 minutes he referred to deaths as bumps in the road. don't be surprized if he shows up on the food net work. when he is not on the teleprompter who knows. gretchen: i think he called on the jon stewart show not optimal. that is risky territory. you are mixing comedy with serious news and how do you cross that fine line there? let us know what your questions would be there tonight if you had a chance to ask either of these candidates. in the mean time, the rest of the head lines and brand new audio claims that the al-qaida number two in yemen is alive. they say the government is lying about the death of sahead al sharid. the recording cannot be verified. police looking to see
an appearance in fren leterritory. he was a guest on the jon stewart show . he got away with a comment. we start the notable quotables with the president's response about sacrificing our values to insure national security. >>> there are trade offs. there are times when bad folks somewhere on the other side of the world and you have to make a call and it is not optimal. >>> that was the first time he used the term not optimal. >>> fast forward the discussion changes. it focuses the administration's response to the benghazi attacks. >>> i would say even you admit it was not the optimal reponce to the american people as far as us being on the same page. >>> this is what i will say. if four americans get killed it is not optimal and we will fix it >>> there were people who different appreciate the commepts. like pat smith. her son shawn was killed in the benghazi attacks and she said and how can you say someone being killed is not very optimal. it is insentencative to say my son is not very optimal. he's always very dead. i have not been optimal since he died and the past few weeks have been pure he
,000 points. are the financial arkets a for now? we have moody's chief econom. jon, was the number one percentage loss ever n our history. whatid you make of the drop? >> i was working at moody' %-sitting in front of of my screen. as the dow jones industrial avage and the s&p 500 kept sinking and sinking. then there was qui a crowd of people round me staring at theame machine that was the blue-green screen and we could not getver what happened. we thought e bottom had fallen out. people immediately after said returned to the 1930's wainevitable. gerri: i wasworking my first business reporng job in virginia. the trader was talking to on the phone was cryinbecause he was scared. crying. 500 8.does not sound like a lot day but we have drops all the time. much ado to technical glitch. could we lose 23% in one day ? >> never say never. remember the crash of october 87 was par of a byproduct of eltronic type of trading. program trading you had sell, orders autatic t kicking g and. to protect investors gerri: some of that goes on today ith high frequency trading. people are afraid we he seen
:31 on the nose. a very good monday morning to one al all. i'm jon kelley. >> and i'm laura garcia-cannon. let's get things started this monday morning and first check our forecast. >> good morning. we've got a lot to talk about when it comes to our forecast. look at our radar lit up like a christmas tree and we haven't even hit october 31st, halloween, yet. we are sandwiched between rain bands right now. we do have a lot of rain on the way to san francisco. you can see all that orange and yellow embedded within the green. that is going to make for a very rough morning drive. also embedded within those showers we're expecting a few thunderstorms to pop up. we'll talk about what this means for your commute, how long we'll be dealing with these showers. i can tell you we've got rain chances just about every single day this week with this wave being the more intense. 4:31. let's and check on your drive. >> we are talking about a very hectic commute this morning. nothing to report on right now but as the morning gets going remember we're talking about rain. this is the first significant rain we've
. >>> it is 7:26. good morning, everybody. i'm jon kelley. of course the weather the big story this morning. a rain here means snow up in the sierra and this is what it looked like there in placer county early this morning. wow, the snow coming down. a nice thick blanket of the white stuff out there. no doubt they are sure to get more throughout the day, but let's check things closer here at home. meteorologist christina loren tracking that storm that is moving right over the bay area. christina, what's it looking like? >> oh, jon kelley, just be happy you are already at work because people have to drive through these very strong showers. as we get into the next hour, hour and a half, the weather will be at its worst. we've got a really good-looking line of showers moving onshore san mateo. you can see we've already been hammered all morning long. temperatures today will be on the cool side. 62 in livermore, 63 in santa teresa and 62 in gilroy with winds picking up throughout the day today. i'm talking about gusts potentially at 50 miles per hour, so you really want to take it easy out ther
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policy. >> i think so. what does he think he is, jon meacham with his forthcoming book? he's had a forthcoming book since jefferson, like, purchased the louisiana purchase. >> i know. >> pulitzer prize. >> it's coming, though. so, guys, let's talk about -- what do we have? >> this is what david axelrod called romney's international trip. >> what's that? >> on "meet the press" yesterday. a dukes of hazzard tour of international destinations. that was good. thank you for that. perfect. >> let's talk about the latest poll that they were talking about yesterday on "meet the press." nbc news/"wall street journal" poll, dead even. >> 47-47. >> i think that fits the feel of everybody that i've talked to. you know, you guys hear it all the time. i hear it all the time. the question, who's going to win? who's going to win? and i've been saying for a couple weeks, probably obama by a few points now. i have absolutely no idea. and a strange thing has happened, mika. you actually have, instead of the romney people acting a little nervous and crazy, which they have, we have for a year, you no
. kyrillos it is your turn. you began. kyrillos: thank you very much. senator menendez following a jon corzine economic strategy. we see the same kinds of challenges now in washington that are affecting the country as a whole. too much taxing, too much spending, higher debt and of course the proof of what the results are where we have 23 million americans out of work. i asked him, given the results of unemployment, higher gas prices, higher food prices, if you had to do it all over again would you do it again and he said he would do it absolutely the same. i'm going to give him another chance to answer my question. menendez: i would love to and i hope this time he will not misquote me. what i said was to make sure middle class taxes got cut $3500 for the average middle income family and the ability to make sure to million new jersey and didn't get hit by an additional tax, the aft that i save them from working with a republican senate. expanding the child tax credit and the extrication opportunity tax credit to help young people get through college and help them as realize that. yes i
: president obama made an appearance on friendly territory thursday. that's when he was a guest of jon stewart and the daily show. he got away with a comment that maybe he should have been pressed on a little harder. we start this week's notable quotables with the president's response to a question about sacrificing our values to ensure national security. >> there are some tradeoffs. i mean, there are times when there are bade folks somewheren the other side of the world and you've got to make a call and it's not optimal. >> that's the first time that the president used the term not optimal. now i want to fast forward a couple of minutes in the interview. this is when you're going to see the discussion change. it focuses now on the administration's response to the benghazi attacks. >> i would say even you would admit it was not the optimal response, at least to the american people as far as us all being on the same page. >> well, here's what i'll say. >> yeah. >> if four americans get killed, it's not optimal. >> right. >> and we're going to fix it. >> huckabee: hm. now, there were people who
presence. six -- since then i have been teaching at universities, going on the jon stewart show. the thing to explain their real danger not just to my life but named from anybody from the book at all was never from random violent individuals always state-sponsored terrorism. the paid profession -- professional assassins. >> and a number of attacks on bookstores. there was a bookstore not just burned to the people going into the bookstores at the publishing company is. and a great tragedy was the translator of the professor that was murdered at his university in japan. and the attempt to murder the norwegian publisher. but this was the war. and all these cases these were professional hits. >> it was not spontaneous the danger was high from the turn of the century when refi they managed to get the iranians to back down. so really most of the danger went away. >> what is the difference between fata and the bounty? how do you deal with that? >> >> nobody has ever taken in this gentleman seriously. even than iran. it is clear he does not have the money. anybody can say $3 billion but if you don
the story. >> reporter: hello. my name is jon levine. i'm from new york city, new york, united states of america. i came to china in search of gainful employment. i was unemployed and then severely underemployed, and then i left. >> reporter: and this is where he ended up. he now teaches chinese students about the country he has left behind. 25-year-old jonathan levine had a masters degree and a dead-end job. going, america. hello, china. a new life of opportunity. >> look at this. >> you can say it's a long march. >> a long march, indeed, for jonathan, and a world now waking up to the full extent of china's power. >> in the states everybody is so mopey. it's the end of the world, and there's no jbz, and inequality is through the roof, and we're back to like the guilded age in the u.s. >> reporter: for presidential candidates looking for someone to blame, enter big bad china. china keeping its currency low, boosting exports. china stealing american jobs. >> the president has a regular opportunity to label them as a currency manipulator but refuses to do so. on day one i will label chi
and disqualify the opponent. let's look at jon -- host: democrat jon tester. guest: a lot of people were grossed out by it but it was one of the very first ads he ran back in the spring. this race has been going on since probable march of 2011. you've got jon tester who won this seat in 2006 beating burns who was weighed down by a lot of ethics problems yet he barely won this race. the republican is congress unanimous denny. montgomery hals only one congressional district so he represent it is entire state. he's been a lieutenant governor voters know him pretty well. and this is a reist as republicans try and sort of dent tester's claim of independence that he votes in the interest of montgomery people and not his party. they bring up healthcare and the stimulus and d.o.d. frank. and democrats have gone after reeburg on character, that he's out for himself. that he thinking lobbying is a profession. in the past month it really has come down to character but this race has not moved more than two points in either direction in months which and what i'd like to say is these cabbeddats have got to fe
. >> allow me to open it for us. please proceed, governor. there's a debate tip from jon stewart on watching out for an opponent's trap. it was the pivotal moment that cornered romney and allowed obama to score major points. it made a lot of us squirm, even s.e. i think of these debates as the political equivalent of the hunger games. a mental test of wills and gamemanship and a balances act between the attack. they're on the line with 60 million voters watching. there's a whole team of people coaching the candidates behind the scenes. in the guest spot today robert draper, who talked to it an army of strategists and coaches and goes inside the dark arts trickery and dleclever gamesmanp in presidential debates in his article in "gq." how are you? >> i'm doing fine. >> in a debate about foreign policy, is there a different style you want too use? is there a substantive differen difference? the town hall style isn't about dealing with other world leaders, does it? >> i think in a sense you're right. i think in this debate substance will matter less than in the previous debates. to the exhe not
ignatius. president obama addressed libya in his interview with jon stewart last week. let's watch. >> difficulty, the perception seems to be state was on a different page than you or that you had susan rice five days afterwards saying well, this video could have been a part of that, and then other -- >> the truth is that information comes in, folks put it out throughout the process. people say it's still incomplete. what i was always clear about was we're going to do an investigation and figure out exactly what happened. >> you know, people are always telling me to calm down but i wonder if at some point you have to be more eruptive than the president right there. he seems so almost blase in answering these questions. why doesn't he take the initiative and every day tell us what he's learned new and be aggressive? we want to any and he's the guy who tells us. >> there's a couple different issues. first of all, what are we going to do about it? that's the presidential question. to guarantee that the people who did this will feel some pain and there will be retribution at the end of
on the late show with jon stewart last week. romney has avoided late night talk shows since becoming the republican presidential nominee, but his wife anna appeared on "the tonight show" last month. >>> the stars will be out to honor ellen degeneres. >> the comedienne is receiving the nation's top prize, the mark twain prize for humor. lily tomlin, john krasinski, and jane lynch, the list goes on, will be live for that tribute. >> the show will be broadcast on october 30th on pbs. well deserved. definitely one of the funniest. >> it is well, well deserved. >>> canvassing commuters. this morning police turn to those on way to work and school in the hope someone will have information to solve the murder of a local student. >>> the
, and the president most recently on the daily show with jon stewart admitted mistakes were made. we know about the intelligence and when it came into the white house. no doubt there is still an issue here over what mistakes were made and why the administration seemed to have stuck for so long on the story this was a protest against the film and factoring in, of course, the new details regarding the cia. >> thank you, tamron. you're right. this story is certainly going to come tonight, and tonight's debate is the commander in chief test. does mitt romney and the president have an understanding of the issue and the demeanor to lead. on the libya issue, i think it's going to be a stark contrast. the data that the administration has been putting out has been reflective of what the intelligence community itself has provided to them. i find it odd that right now republicans are criticizing general david petraeus and the cia for its assessments of what happened on the ground in libya. he's a real american hero. the administration has tried to do its best to reflect that. it has investigations under w
. >> you were there for it. >> it really was a great night. jon stewart hosted. meredith vieira, hoda cot business tom hanks, a whole bunch of folks all to raise money to fight autism. >> christopher walken would have been good. >> could have played the cowbell. >> thank you so much, jenna bush hager. >> marmalade, i like to call you now. >> thank you. >>> up next, the five hottest health headlines from nutritionist joy bauer, coming up. alright let's break it down. mom, pop it. ♪ two inches apart, becky. two inches. t-minus nine minutes. [ ding ] [ female announcer ] pillsbury cinnamon rolls. let the making begin. ♪ [ male announcer ] jill and her mouth have lived a great life. but she has some dental issues she's not happy about. so jill's dentist introduced her to crest pro-health for life. selected for people over 50. pro-health for life is a toothpaste that defends against tender, inflamed gums, sensitivity and weak enamel. conditions people over 50 experience. crest pro-health for life. so jill can keep living the good life. crest. life opens up when you do. nyqui tylenol: me, t
on "power lunch." jon fortt and brian sullivan will be all over it for us tomorrow all day on cnbc. >>> indeed, ty. another tech giant in the news today is yahoo!. right now down just a fraction at 15.75. it reports earnings after the bell. julia boorstin will get us ahead of the numbers. what can investors expect this time around? >> reporter: well, sue, investors expect marissa myer to lay out her plan to turn the company around and help it transition to a more mobile future. yahoo!'s expected to report earnings per share of 25 cents, up 11% from a year ago on 1% higher revenue. the big question is how display ads, which is yahoo!'s biggest business, at 40% of its revenue are impacted by the shrift to mobile where yahoo! has a relatively small presence. we'll be watching that cost-per-click metric which declined at google. yahoo!'s second biggest business is its search business. that's about one-third of the company's revenue. it will also be in focus. it continues to lose market share with just 12.2% of search in september. we'll see what myer has planned to build yahoo!'s mobil
for an incumbent president. how does each side fit it into their larger strategy? for mitt romney, i think jon is right. job number one is reassuring people he's up to the job, that he's ready to be president. that's what he was able to do substantially on the economy in the first debate. that's the job on foreign policy here in the third debate, especially after that rocky trip this summer. i think for the president the question is can he fit the debate tonight again into his strategy in the end game, which seems to be very much foe kused on regaining strength among women that have moved away from him since that first debate. in the second debate he raised a lot of issues relating to women. i think tonight you will hear questioning about whether mitt romney is too quick to talk about war, particularly in regards to iran. >> most women i know don't like war. they want our military men and women to come home as in right now. so might that hurt mitt romney if he starts talking about iran and sort of war-like terms? >> i think it's very interesting. you saw joe biden try to open this door certain
. it will be his third appearance as president. last week, he talked foreign policy with jon stewart and ann romney visited with the the tonight show" last month, of course she was without her husband. >> trying to get votes. >> this is the final stretch and certainly the final push. >> lisa, thank you. >>> our panelists are standing by. they have a heads-up about one particular debate technique both candidates may use tonight. anncr: every president inherits challenges. few have faced so many. four years later... our enemies have been brought to justice. our heroes are coming home. assembly lines are humming again. there are still challenges to meet. children to educate. a middle class to rebuild. but the last thing we should do is turn back now. president obama: i'm barack obama and... i approve this message. 100% new. 100% mmm... wow, that is mmm... it's so mmm you might not believe it's a hundred calories. new yoplait greek 100. it is so good. new yoplait greek 100. [ female announcer ] se people like to pretend a flood could never happen to them. and that their homeowners insurance protects th
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